The majority of the results will be released six to eight weeks after the date of the written exam. Any remaining results will be released during the following two weeks.
Candidates have direct access to their results via the Cambridge English Language Assessment Online Results Service. Each candidate's personal timetable (sent approximately 3 weeks prior to the exam) will include login details and the date from which the results release period begins. Please note that candidates must retain their Confirmation of Entry until they have received their certificates.
SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTIONS
All schools and institutions that register candidates as a group for Cambridge English examinations will be able to access their students' Statement of Results directly on the Cambridge English Language Assessment site for Preparation Centres.
As soon as we register your candidates, you will receive an email from Cambridge English with your “Preparation Centre” ID and password.
If you have passed your exam, your certificate will be available at the British Council's reception desk approximately one to three months after your results are released. If you wish to receive your certificate by registered post, please send a cheque for €7 payable to the British Council along with a photocopy of your Confirmation of Entry to our office in Paris. Please clearly indicate the name and address to which the certificate should be sent.
If you registered through a school or institution ("Preparation Centre"), your certificate will be sent to your school, and your teacher will hand it to you.
The date from which your certificate is available is indicated on the Confirmation of Entry that you receive approximately three weeks before test.
Cambridge English Qualifications and the CEFR
Find out how to understand your Cambridge English Assessment result, and how it relates to the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR):
|Cambridge English Qualification||English proficiency||CEFR level|
|C2 Proficiency||Upper advanced||C2|
|B2 First||Upper intermediate||B2|
|A2 Key, A2 Flyers||Elementary||A2|
Learn more about how Cambridge English Qualifications relate to the CEFR.